Haute Living Honors Jada Pinkett Smith with One Thousand Museum at 75 Main


Haute Living Honors Jada Pinkett Smith with One Thousand Museum at 75 Main

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Jada Pinkett Smith
Jada Pinkett Smith

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

Haute Living took to the Hamptons to launch Jada Pinkett Smith‘s New York cover spread at the iconic 75 Main restaurant in Southampton, with partner One Sotheby’s for One Thousand Museum. The private back area of the famed restaurant played perfect host for an intimate gathering of guests on the beautiful summer evening.

Seth Semilof and Harvey Daniels
Seth Semilof and Harvey Daniels

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

Notable attendees included Haute Living co-founder Seth Semilof, VP of Sales for One Thousand Museum Harvey Daniels, 75 Main owner Zach Erdem, artist Paul Gerben, film director and producer Mike DoughertyKarynne Tencer, Richie Husein, Tommy Macari, Billy Locantro Apollo, Sally and Edward Yedid, Ernie Lake and more.

table set up at 75 Main
Table set up at 75 Main

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

The special evening took place the night before the highly-anticipated, next-day release of the star’s newest film Girls Trip, of which she co-stars with actresses Queen Latifah, Regina Hall and Tiffany Haddish.  Jada describes the comedic film as, “a beautiful crossover between The Hangover and Bridesmaids.” In her Miami and New York cover features, Smith notes the beauty of the film’s ability showcase the importance of friendship and women’s empowerment. “The film is really just fun. And it’s about women taking control of their lives in a way that they see best for themselves. It’s about girls getting together and having a good old time, and I think women need that just as much as men,” Jada said.

Zach Erdem with Jada Pinkett Smith and Violet Camacho
Zach Erdem with Jada Pinkett Smith and Violet Camacho

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

And it was, indeed, a grand celebration for the star in true Hamptons fashion. Guests sipped on glasses of rosé as they enjoyed a colorful menu crafted by 75 Main, including a gorgeous platter of fresh vegetables and mozzarella cheese taken straight from the nearby farm that morning, as well as signature dishes like the Char Grilled Octopus and 75 Main Chopped Salad, Truffled Crumb Stuffed Breast of Chicken, Filet Mignon and the Roasted Honey, Balsamic, Mustard Salmon.

Jada Pinkett Smith, Paul Gerben and Seth Semilof
Jada Pinkett Smith, Paul Gerben and Seth Semilof

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

Jada Pinkett Smith and Paul Gerben
Jada Pinkett Smith and Paul Gerben

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

Prior to a delicious Cherry Cobbler served for dessert, co-publisher Seth Semilof took a moment to give a speech to Jada, congratulating her on her two cover features and debut of the new film. She was then presented with a stunning Butterfly painting by artist Paul Gerben to commemorate the night.

Jada Pinkett Smith
Jada Pinkett Smith

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

Guests departed the evening with gift bags from One Thousand Museum, including baseball caps, portable phone chargers, iPhone cases and more, branded with the upcoming building’s logo—the legendary, final product of the late design icon, Zaha Hadid, located in downtown Miami.

Zach Erdem, Jada Pinkett Smith, Richie Husein and Paul Gerben
Zach Erdem, Jada Pinkett Smith, Richie Husein and Paul Gerben

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

Alan Araujo, Mauricio Bittencourt and Harvey Daniels
Alan Aruajo, Mauricio Bittencourt and Harvey Daniels

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

Seth Semilof and Jada Pinkett Smith
Seth Semilof and Jada Pinkett Smith

Photo Credit: Eugene Gologursky

 

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